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Technomage: Return to Eternity

Technomage: Return to Eternity (XSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: RPG, Action
Developer: Sunflowers Interactive


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Technomage: Return to Eternity review

Reviewed January 31, 2010

Cornwell says: "So, who has heard of Technomage? Admittedly, the very fact that you are reading this heavily suggests that you do, but you have to admit, this was a very quietly released game, made by the German company Sunflower. Again, not heard of them? It's okay, neither had I. So, an all but unheard of game, made by an all but unheard of company. This never bodes well. "
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